Now Available: patterns & practices Parallel Programming with Microsoft .NET

patterns & practices Parallel Programming with Microsoft .NET is now available.  The book shows design patterns to help developers use the .NET 4 Task Parallel Library (TPL) to write parallel applications successfully.

Contents at a Glance

The Patterns
The book describes six key parallel patterns for data and task parallelism and how to implement them using the TPL.


The Book

The Code Samples

The Talk

The Community

Comments (5)

  1. Don says:

    Where is the free PDF?

  2. J.D. Meier says:

    @ Don — I found myself asking the same question.  It looks like the model has changed.

  3. Carl says:

    Coming from the P&P team, and with authors like Steven Toub and Ade Miller, this is sure to be a great addition to any .NET developer's toolbox.  My copy will be on order shortly!

  4. One says:

    P&P group did wonderful job of providing guidance on various Microsoft technologies. Earlier (10 years back) such guidance was missing and the programmer community was not using the MS technologies effectively leading to substandard implementations. This also hampered the reputation of MS technologies. By providing best in class, FREE, easily download-able guidance P&P closed a BIG gap. After such a good job – Why P&P is trying be Wrox or Manning by selling the guidance?

  5. J.D. Meier says:

    @ Carl — I haven't made my way through it yet, but I like that it's scenario-based.

    @ One — I know what you mean.  There was a lot of power in the free PDFs and they helped package up the story and made it broadly available in a simple way.

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